Friday, February 2, 2018

Hungry Bear Drive-In


The Hungry Bear Drive-In, located in the downtown area, has been in operation as long as I can remember. We've never eaten there, and this photo was taken on a Sunday when the place was closed, but it does a good business during the week so I'm guessing it has many satisfied customers.

14 comments:

Kay said...

That's a classic looking old drive-in. If it's surviving this long it must be doing something right.

William Kendall said...

You might as well give it a try!

RedPat said...

And it has icicles to go with your snow! ;-)

bill burke said...

Small, efficient and if its good, the word will spread and people will come. Try it sometime and give us a review.

Sharon Anck said...

You've reminded me of the Eat Rite diner. I had a few very early morning breakfasts there back in the 90's.

Sharon Anck said...

I guess I should explain further. The Eat Rite diner was in St. Louis and when I worked there my friends and I would end up there after a night of....shall we say clubbing.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The burgers must be good if they've been around so long Lowell.. burgers are one of those things that you either love or aren't bothered 😀
P.s. When I Googled Ken Rockwell there were quite a few not so complimentary posts regarding his reviews etc have a wee look☺

Marleen said...

Drive-Ins are not as common here as they are in the US. The Hungry Bear might be one to try! :)

Gosia k said...

looks interesting

Karl Demetz said...

Interesting name, just right to get hungry.

Taken For Granted said...

Lowell, your should try the food at this drive-in. It might be wonderful. If it is food for bears there will be sweets.

Kate said...

Takes me back to old drive-ins. I actually miss them!!

Lois said...

It's a nice looking little place. You need to try it sometime and let us know how it is!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

At least it isn't McDonald's ... not a fast food fan either, but for those who are I'd much rather see a local.

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